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Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience

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Welcome to Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience (IPN)

IPN is dedicated to advancing biomedical and behavioral sciences through pursuit of cutting edge research and sharing of knowledge. We teach in the core veterinary curriculum and we are the home department for the programs in neuroscience.

Please explore our site and contact us if you have further questions or interests in our mission.

Upcoming Events

Neuroscience Retreat
May 31
Pullman Campus

News, Awards & Publications
  • Incoming neuroscience graduate student, Forrest Shaffer, has received the Pac-12 Postgraduate Scholarship in Track and Field. The award is a one time grant totaling $9,000. 


  • Darrel Nelson has received the 2016 A/P Excellence Award. Click here to read more about this honor: Darrel Nelson Receives A/P Excellence Award


  • Neuroscience undergraduate advisor, Dr. Samantha Gizerian, has received the Outstanding Advising Award in the Faculty Advising category from the National Academic Advising Association. This is a national award and an immense honor. Congratulations to Dr. Gizerian! 


  • Dr. Cynthia Faux, a clinical assistant professor in IPN, will receive the Libraries' Excellence Award on May 5th. To read more about this award, view the WSU News story: May 5: Faux to receive WSU Libraries’ Excellence Award


  • Jason Nasse, a postdoc in IPN, will be presenting at the 3rd Annual CVM Postdoc Research Symposium on April 19th. The event will be held from 9am to 12pm in the Biotech/Life Sciences Building, room 402.


  • Congratulations to the neuroscience undergraduates that received awards at the Office of Undergraduate Education Awards Ceremony:

    International Tutor Training Program Certification:
    Samantha Gottlieb

    Harold and Jeanne Rounds Olsen Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Writing:
    Jennifer Glover
    Halle Weimar

    SURCA Honorable Mention:
    Angela Rocchi
    Halle Weimar


Upcoming Seminars

June 6
Sebastien Bouret, Ph.D.
University of Southern California
Hormonal and molecular mechanisms underlying development of metabolic circuits

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